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Hi i use Corsair watercooling stuff on all parts u can get from the hydro x series. I have a question for the cpublock, Shouldnt there be more water in the cpublock then there is now? I hope u can see it from the pic.

 

Big thanks for great products.

(my english isnt the best. I hope u can understand me. If not say so)

 

/Jack

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Yes, there should be no air in the CPU water block (air bubbles in block should purge out over a short period of time).

 

Make sure your pump is running at full speed to purge all the air out of the loop.

 

After the majority of air has been purged, you can turn down the speed of the pump to suit your needs.

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Yes, there should be no air in the CPU water block (air bubbles in block should purge out over a short period of time).

 

Make sure your pump is running at full speed to purge all the air out of the loop.

 

After the majority of air has been purged, you can turn down the speed of the pump to suit your needs.

 

Thanks it worked when i turned up the speed, so now its filled and no air bubbles. And i turned down the speed as u said and it works fine now, Thanks for ur help!:biggrin:

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